While most secure professions require many years of specialized education and hands-on experience to master workplace related tasks that earn a fair wage, many modern jobs are relatively easy to train for and can generate respectable incomes in short time. In truth, there are many 21st century vocations that can be learned in under a month of training, and in circumstances whereby required classes are either on-the-job and paid, or offered without charge, and often available locally online for free. And where related work openings are easy to secure in areas across the USA, and come with pay scales in the medium income range of what most American families earn ($40,000), then move upwards thereafter, with increased income and title advancements as short years pass – even when not supported by a college degree or decades of job experience – even right out of High School!
Sound too good to be true? It’s not!
Typically, and it is true that, training and vocational know-how trump all other topics when trying to impress potential employers. Firms who employ such high-focused individuals don’t mind to pay a reasonable wage to people who match the training sought, even when those job seekers have only limited workplace experience. That includes newly certified job candidates within job specialties whose class education included practical on-the-job intern or externship duties, or outright employment, even short-tenured employment, within a particular industry of choice. Such job candidates thereby match employers’ specific hiring needs. Many employers only hire job candidates with such specialized training. In other words, individuals with very specific job, industry or trade know-how that repeats within other similar workplace environments are in demand by employers.
Some of these specialized job titles may sound familiar to you, having heard them in the past on broadcast T.V. or cable or in radio commercials. These reliable vocations include jobs for: Legal Secretary, Office Administration jobs and Administrative Assistant jobs, and File Clerk openings, Medical Aide and other Health Assistant positions, and Culinary Arts oriented titles, such as Food Prep and Cook, Serve Staff, and Counter Clerks in the Fast Food sector, and Chef jobs or Shift Leader openings, and, of course, Retail and Sales jobs, at all levels to do with customer service jobs, sales clerk jobs, shift manager jobs, and to include allied retail employment such as auditing, merchandising, entry-level management, transportation and delivery, and many more.
Some of the training programs for these and other allied vocations are available online at no cost whatsoever to students, except to do the work at your own pace to completion. Other free and low-cost programs are found at local technology training centers and community colleges and city/county/state career centers, whereby classes are often melded within a workplace experience, by offering on-the-job internships that coincide with class-work. In some cases, such programs require additional fees for books/supplies and low-cost tuition.
Many High School and other local School District Career Centers offer short adult classes in some of these in-demand jobs, including basic machine shop jobs and manufacturing jobs training, assembly jobs, even design jobs of various types, especially in computer Help Desk job training, customer service and sales job basics, telemarketing jobs, bookkeeping jobs and accounting clerk jobs, and others. Even as some still believe it is still difficult to find a good job, thousands of High School graduates each year start $40,000-to-$50,000 per-year jobs the week after grad ceremonies, as a result of having been trained in some of job titles mentioned herein.
Wonder why you hear so much on T.V. and radio about, and read about in newspapers and magazines, of the job titles mentioned above? It’s because demand to hire individuals trained in those vocations will continue to grow for years to come, as confirmed by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. If you are trying to decide on a career choice, or a career change, that offers short training classes, quick employment at a growing rate of pay, and opportunities to advance – then re-read this article, then begin to research and plan your own career future.
GOOD LUCK IN YOUR JOB SEARCH.